Info Counts, L.L.C.
The purpose of InfoCounts is to develop high quality, effective training and education for school library professionals in order to improve their work in the changing environment of education K-12.
Hiring this corporation guarantees expertise, excellence, accuracy and relevance. Customized and individualized sessions will be developed according to the clients’ needs.
What Our Customers Are Saying
"Dr. Marcoux is an excellent instructor."
"Next year I plan to make changes to our lessons that will incorporate what we learned regarding how to modify our lessons for significantly improved student achievement."
"A highlight of the work we did was working with the facilitators in the room."
"This work adds validity to what I do – my new superintendent is all about data and now I have some to share!"
|Pre-work/assumptions||Workshop participants will review how they currently spend their time, listing the tasks they accomplish and tasks they wish they could get accomplished but never have time for.|
|Goal||Identify what is essential to accomplish, desirable to get done, and superfluous in the context of the school library media program.|
|Objective 1||Use characteristics of tasks to categorize them as essential, desirable or superfluous.||Topic||Categorize tasks.|
|Outcome||Workshop participants will analyze tasks, recognizing characteristics that correlate with their being considered essential, desirable or superfluous to delivering a quality library media program.|
|Deliverable||Support materials related to categorizing tasks.|
|Post-work/assumptions||Workshop participants will apply concepts learned in the context of their local situation.|